Haryana: Police files case over ‘hate slogans’ in Gurgaon rally against Udaipur tailor’s murder

New Delhi:Haryana Police on Friday registered a case against the organizers for promoting enmity between two groups after videos of abusive slogans against Muslims went viral on social media.The incident took place during a rally organized by Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal in Gurugram demanding strict action against the killers of Udaipur tailor Kanhaiya Lal.

More than 50 people gathered on Wednesday in Kamala Nehru Park around 5pm to march in the city for almost an hour. They also burned the image of ‘Islamic Jihad terrorism’ and raised f abusive slogans against the Muslim community.In the videos going viral on social media, a man can be allegedly seen speaking into a microphone, repeatedly raising provocative slogans, while others around him back him up. Several women could also be seen in the videos. Police said they initiated action on their own after videos of the rally went viral on social media.

On Tuesday afternoon, Kanhaiya Lal(47) a tailor was hacked to death by two men, who captured the act on their phone and later issued a threat to Prime Minister Narendra Modi while posing proudly with the knives used in the killing. Protests broke out in Udaipur as news of the incident went viral after which the Rajasthan police imposed section 144 in at least 33 districts and suspended internet services.

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